The former France international wing is pleased to be returning to a ground that holds many happy memories for him.
'It's great!" he said.
"I am truly happy to learn our Heineken Cup quarter final will be played there. Lansdowne Road, I only have good memories as a rugby player and also as a spectator.
"I remember I almost finished my career player scoring a try under the posts in 1991 against Ireland.
"Serge Blanco had weaved his way through four defenders, then I crossed behind him, he gave me the ball and I only had to run, but as I approached the line, I injured my knee, but I have happy memories of the stadium and the city.
"I love Dublin, Ireland and their fabulous supporters.'
Biarritz extended their Heineken Cup campaign with a fantastic 13 try romp to beat Cardiff 75-25 in Round 6, and with that they qualified as one of the best runners-up.
They will face the only side that remained unbeaten in the Pool stages, Leinster Lions, at Lansdowne Road on Saturday 12th April 2003 - (kick-off 3.35pm)